Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Babi panggang refers to a variety of recipes for Indonesian grilled pork recipes, ''babi'' meaning pig or pork, and ''panggang'' meaning grilled or roasted in the Malay and Indonesian languages. Babi panggang Karo and Babi panggang Toba are two similar dishes made by the Christian Batak Toba and Batak Karo of North Sumatra. Pigs are slaughtered and used in their entirety to make babi panggang - bones for a clear soup, meat (including offal) to be grilled, and blood for a dipping sauce. The three dishes are served with plain rice and a sambal andaliman, made from fresh sichuan peppers.